Humane Issues in the News...

Each week we post links to news about humane education & humane living, and items connected to humane issues, from human rights to environmental preservation, to animal protection, to media, consumerism and culture.

Students become activists to help protect their farmworker families (via Sierra) (July/August 2011)

More students seeking alternatives in higher education (via Courier-News) (6/5/11)

Young changemaker's science fair project saves city water, money (via Treehugger) (6/5/11)

USDA releases new "My Plate" to replace food pyramid (via Seattle Times) (6/4/11)

Building community with a "bike train" (via Oregonian) (6/3/11)

"Could the Net be killing the planet one web search at a time?" (via Vancouver Sun) (6/3/11)

"Energy industry shapes lessons in public schools" (via Washington Post) (6/2/11)

Oil prices have industry rethinking plastic packaging (via NY Times) (6/1/11)

Report says nature "is worth billions" to UK (via BBC) (6/1/11)

Students take action to improve their schools (via MercuryNews.com) (5/31/11)

The new "normal" thanks to climate change (via Newsweek) (5/29/11)

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